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KEY LIME PIE Florida's sponge fisherman have been credited for coming up with the Sunshine State's official and much revered state pie by mixing lime juice, egg yolks and sweetened condensed milk. The tart pie has a crumbly biscuit base – often crushed graham crackers – but usually no topping. FINGER LICKIN' LAKES The Finger Lakes region of New York, named for the thin, long lakes that resemble fingers, is a scenic region suited to growing grapes. With more than 140 wineries, cideries, and distilleries, the region is one of the largest wine-producing regions in North America, with most gathered around three lakes: Lake Cayuga, Seneca Lake and Keuka Lake. FOODIE ROAD TRIP Hit the road for a culinary journey around Mesa, Arizona, on the city’s new Fresh Foodie Trail. Pit stops include sampling homemade ice cream on a dairy farm, joining pasta and pizza making classes using ancient grains in a flour mill and tasting extra virgin olive oil after watching olives being cold-pressed. HOPE FOR WATERMELONS Held each August, the Hope Watermelon Festival pays homage to one of the South's most important fruits. Expect seedspitting contests, eating competitions and a watermelon auction. There are also arts and crafts stalls, a dog show and the chance to taste local fayre such as golden fried catfish. More than 500 gallons of chowder are served up for June’s annual CHOWDER FESTIVAL IN PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE, which kicks off the city’s summer-long PRESCOTT PARK ARTS FESTIVAL. It is one of New England’s largest chowder-tasting events. It sounds unappetising but vinegar pie is a traditional WEST VIRGINIA dessert based on cider vinegar that tastes like apple pie. It came about in the 19th century because fresh produce was scarce in the early days of the pioneers. BOSTON SEE YOU SOON IN @VISITBOSTON @BOSTONUSA Untitled-1 1 17/11/202 Plan your next Mississippi adventure at